Industry veteran of 20 years looks to expand the studioâ??s North American business

Wet studio A2M appoints veteran exec

Artificial Mind & Movement (A2M) has snapped up the services of 20-year veteran Jamie Leece, who will now act as the company’s senior vice president of business development

The firm’s CEO, Remi Racine, said that Leece’s guidance will “strengthen our position as one of the world’s top independent studios.”

Leece joins A2M having left Rainmaker Games, a game consultancy business which he founded.

“Mr. Leece brings considerable experience in business development and publishing in the video game industry, and we couldn’t be more excited to add him to our team”, added Racine.

The experienced exec will be based at A2M’s Montreal studio, and will oversee North-American business development.

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